From Russell Goldman ’17:
A new play written and directed by Russell Goldman and Mitchell Stone
Inspired by the album “SMiLE” by Brian Wilson
Music Director: Jacob Feder
Stage Manager: Celina Gray Bernstein
Assistant Stage Manager: Alison Silverstein
Presented by Second Stage
Who’s hungry? SMiLETIME, a modern parable for troubling times, follows a German matriarch who creates the most successful non-chain fast food restaurant in central Ohio. The restaurant skyrockets to fame after appearing on Guy Fieri’s “Diners Drive-Ins and Dives” and plummets to
one-star Yelp reviews after Auntie Stein’s unexplained disappearance. Now, in the face of a special surprise Auntie left behind, the employees of SMiLEtime must deal with their own insecurities as they confront a greater truth.
and introducing Josh Weiner as Guy Fieri
Set Design: Phillip Heilbron
Light Design: Maia Golden
Costume Design: Sofie Rose Somoroff
Prop Design: Emily Feher
Sound Design: Griffin Deary
Choreography: Sara Feldman
Master Carpenter: Henry Lombino
Master Electrician: Nola Werlinich
Publicity: Anthony Dean
WARNING: This play contains “objectionable” content that is not recommended for viewers under 18.
Have a great day!
Date: Tonight, Saturday February 28
Time: 8 PM
Place: Westco Cafe
Cost: Free! Come whenever
Emily Greenspan ’16 invites you to:
COME DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY TO THE BEATS OF SOME –bangin– ARABIC AND HEBREW MUSIC at WEST CO CAFE ! !
~beats by dj cyroos and caroqueen~
J Street U, Middle Eastern Perspectives, WesAmnesty, Wes for Peace and Turath House are v v v v excited to bring you an evening of Arabic, Hebrew and other dance tunes to start your night off right.
All proceeds will go to the Friends of the Earth Middle East (FoEME), an organization that brings together Jordanian, Palestinian, and Israeli environmentalists to advance sustainable regional development in the Levant. For more info about the Gaza Water Project click here
Tickets sold at Usdan, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 11AM -1:30PM ($3). $5 at the Door.
Doors open 9:30 PM! Hope to see y’all there!
Date: Friday, November 21th
Place: Westco Cafe
Luke Macdonald ’17 writes:
Have great ideas for campus events but don’t know WHERE to host them? Have dumb ideas for dumb events and worry everyone will think you are stupid if you suggest them? Want to help make dumb people’s stupid ideas a reality? Join Klub Café and help us make the most of this cool space on campus! Open to everyone in the Wesleyan community.
I also made a facebook group! No tryouts or applications or auditions; just come with a big imagination!
Date: Thursday, September 25th
Place: WestCo Café
An all-caps invite from Nick Petrillo ’14:
DID YOU LOVE THE MOVIE “SHREK” WHEN YOU WERE YOUNG? DO YOU OFTEN WISH IT HAD MORE SEX IN IT? DO YOU SOMETIMES THINK THOUGHTS THAT ARE INAPPROPRIATE TO SAY OUT LOUD, BUT THEN YOU SAY THEM ANYWAYS?
“TEXTS.COM PRESENTS SHRAK THE MUSICAL: THE MUSICAL” IS THE SHOW FOR YOU.
COME WATCH THE STORY THE WAY IT WAS MEANT TO BE TOLD. MAY 1ST @ 7PM, MAY 2ND @ 7 PM AND MAY 3RD @ 10 PM IN THE WESTCO CAFE.
SEATS ARE FIRST COME FIRST SERVE, SO GET THERE EARLY!
Date: May 1, 2nd, and 3rd
Time: 7 p.m.
Place: WestCo Cafe
Russell Goldman ’17 writes:
“KGB Presents: The 24-Hour ‘Let’s Beak Canary Cancer!’ Benefit Concert & Variety Show Telethon: Hour 24″ is a new theatrical project written and directed by the dream-cream of Solomon Billinkoff ’14 and Russell Goldman, and sponsored by Second Stage.
It centers around the final hour of a 24-hour public-access telethon to benefit canary cancer.
What is canary cancer, you ask? Just shut up for a second.
Canary cancer is a terrible disease that has wreaked havoc on 127 different species of birds. The symptoms include vomit.
This is not a ticketed event, so show up early (20-30 minutes before showtime) to get a seat!
The show contains material that is shocking and offensive and is not recommended for canaries under 18 or for humans under 18.
DATE?: Thursday, February 20th – Saturday, February 22nd
TIME?: 8pm (arrive 20-30 mins early for seats)
PLACE?: Westco Café
If it’s your very merry unbirthday, or you feel like wearing a pointed hat for no reason, Ian Teixeira ’17 has just the event for you:
A birthday party is a joyous occasion. A party celebrating two
birthdays, twice as so. Now imagine the sheer ecstasy of a room in
which it is everyone’s birthday; no one is left out because each one
of us is the birthday boy or girl or genderqueer person!
The event will feature birthday-themed decorations, hats, streamers,
and music. There will not be a birthday cake, because cake is for
nerds,” Teixeira added.
“The most fun that’s been had on campus since the 1800′s”
-President Michael Roth
From the mind of Jules Berman ’16:
COME WITH YOUR THIRD EYE OPEN
KILBOURNE, DJ Rimjob, M Vaughan // WestCo Cafe // 11 PM // $3
The aforementioned killer DJs will be spinning a party dubbed “An Intimate Party Experience.” What more could you possibly desire? Among the activities featured are couches draped in satin, tents filled with aromas, lights to warm your soul, a dance floor dedicated to freedom, art that opens the mind and endless surprises. Doors close at midnight.
Date: Saturday, November 23rd, 2013
Time: 11 PM–2 AM
Place: Westco Cafe
Cost: 3 bux
Come down to the WestCo Cafe and Lounge this Saturday for music, art, bubbles, VISUALS, clay building, blanket forts, and other neat and lovely activities! Brooklyn band Stone Cold Fox will be headlining the festival! Check out some of their music here. Bands will start playing in the cafe at 2pm. Facebook.
The following student bands will be performing as well:
A pinata will burst at precisely 4PM.
Date: Saturday, Nov 9
Time: 2PM to 7PM
Place: WestCo Cafe and Lounge
From Yiyang Wang ‘ 15:
Saint Rich is the new project from 1/2 of Delicate Steve.
Pastoral rock and lawlessness
Verdigrls plays sad girl tunes and sometimes covers Daft Punk
Come through if you wanna.
Date: November 2, 2013
Time: 10 pm – 12 am
Place: WestCo Cafe